About this Session
This course teaches participants to understand preferred influence styles and how to utilize different influential approaches in situations where they are not in an authoritative or decision-making role.
Participants engage in a case study to look at different perspectives from different roles within an organization as a way to consider influence, decision rights, and scope clarity.
This session includes a self-assessment that allows participants to understand their preferences and typical approaches to influence and learn the value of using differing approaches to motivate others.
Date & Location
Clients can request their ideal dates and location when completing the session request form.
$3,500 base price (for a group of up to 30 participants*).
- Be able to recognize and implement different methods of influence
- Improve your negotiation skills
- Strengthen your awareness of interrelationships across your organization
- Art of Woo Self-Assessment
- Case study analysis
Who Should Attend?
- This session has relevance for all roles and levels in businesses.
Beth Ritter is a Professor of Practice in the Department of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship at North Carolina State University’s Poole College of Management. Prior to joining Poole College, Beth was the SVP Human Resources for Burt’s Bees where she was part of the Management team that sold the business to Clorox. She remained to lead integration activities to insure a smooth transition and a commitment to the culture that is integral to the brand. Previously, Beth Provided HR leadership and support to the Global Supply Chain for the Campbell Soup Company.
Facilitating your session is easy with our Program PACKages.
Every Short Session comes with a Program PACKage: a carefully-crafted toolbox designed to help you deliver your program with ease. Contents include:
- resources for pre-program communications (to keep your participants informed about logistics/details for the upcoming session)
- a ‘best practices’ guide to assist with in-session support for your participants (while your instructor delivers their content)
- an outline for providing your participants with essential post-session follow-up communications
Don’t want to handle the planning? For an additional fee, you can hire one of our Exec Ed staff members to serve as your program manager; simply select the “Program Management Support” add-on option when completing your session request form.
Individuals satisfactorily completing a course will receive documentation to apply for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours.
NC State Executive Education has successfully delivered this session to teams from the following organizations:
*For organizations with far fewer than 30 participants, we will work to pair you with another organization to disperse the cost and maximize your value.